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Jul 17, 2018
July 17, 2018
Results are in for the 2018 Northwest Wine Summit. The competition includes wines, ciders, sake and spirits produced in the Pacific Northwest, specifically Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington, Wyoming, British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan.
This year’s judging was held in British Columbia and Hood River, Oregon, at the Columbia Gorge Hotel.
As many of you know Parks Redwine, the founder of the Northwest Wine Summit, died on June 3, 2018. His illness developed during this year’s competition. Parks founded the Northwest Wine Summit in 1996, he truly loved the northwest and he championed their wines and producers at each opportunity.
Maryhill Winery won the Mount Rainier Award for best wine from Washington for its 2015 Clifton Hill Cabernet Sauvignon. Maryhill also won Crystal Rose Awards for best rose for its 2017 Rosé of Sangiovese and for best fortified wine for its 2014 Proprietor’s Reserve Port. And the Bob Woehler Award for best Cabernet Sauvignon for its 2015 Clifton Hill Cabernet Sauvignon.